Apart from the famous golden temple, Amritsar is also a heaven for food lovers. Visiting the golden city for the first time and clueless about which Dhabas to visit to satisfy your hunger? Don’t worry, we have got you covered. Scroll down to find some of the amazing well-known Dhabas in Amritsar.
1. Kesar Da Dhaba
This pure vegetarian Dhaba that has been in existence for 9 decades now is awaiting you. An interesting fact about the famous dal makhani served here is that it’s cooked for more than 12 hours overnight over a slow flame in a brass vessel. What surprises the visitors is even after 100 years into the business, the taste of the dal and the quality hasn’t changed, and they still manage to charm customers eating their hearts out.
2. Pal Dhaba
Who doesn’t love to eat paranthas with dollops of butter on it? Check out this amazing Punjabi Dhaba that cooks dishes made in traditional Punjabi style. Want to know their specialty? They serve a special Brain Curry and the lip-smacking Paya soup wanting you to come back again.
3. Surjit Food Plaza
The legendary Butter Chicken found here will leave you blown away by its authentic taste. The recipe for this famous dish is a secret known only to the family. While you are here, do try their Tawa Chicken Pulao, a second most favorite dish that attracts the visitors here.
4. Pappi Di Hatti
Attention Health freaks! This place is definitely a must-visit for you. Ever heard about Punjabi paranthas that are oil-free and yet taste delicious? Pappi Di Hatti is one such hidden gem in the busy streets of the golden city and is perfect for your no-guilt tummy full visit!
5. Brother Dhaba
Visiting Punjab and relishing the Sarson ka Saag with Makki ki Roti is a must. Brother Dhaba has won many awards for its delicious food and quality that is maintained over the years. This Dhaba is every Amritsari’s favorite, and we trust you should try it too.
6. All India Famous Kulcha Wala
This famous Kulcha Wala serves mouth-watering Kulchas prepared with dollops of butter that are not only soft and heavy but also pocket-friendly. The kulcha dough is stuffed with potatoes, and cottage cheese rolled into seven layers before it is perfectly cooked and served. The Kulcha saga began back in 1989, and since then they are offering homely authentic food.
Do you know any other Dhabas in Amritsar that you love? Let us know in the comments below!